We’re locking in the final logistics for our mini-tour and getting ready to leave Thursday morning. This is our first official tour, so we’re excited to see how it goes and how to make the next one bigger and better.
We’d love to see you along the way! Details are on our Upcoming Screenings page.
2/09 Eugene OR with Ninkasi Brewing at David Minor Theater, leading into the KLCC Microbeer Fest!
2/11 Ashland OR at Caldera Brewing
2/12 Healdsburg CA at Bear Republic (California Premier, and our film maker’s birthday!)
2/13 Petaluma CA at Lagunitas Brewing Company
2/14 San Francisco CA at 18 Reasons (sold out!)
Meanwhile, on more familiar domain, we’re thrilled to pair with Brewvana Bus Tours for a 2/14 Valentine (or anti-Valentine) beer bus tour that culminates in a screening at Saraveza in Portland OR. Come via the bus, or just pop in for the free screening. We love the people at Saraveza, so say hello on our behalf!
We’re proud to announce some more awesome premiers:
2/18 marks both our SW/Texas Premier, and our first film festival! Join us at the Thin Line Film Festival in Denton TX.
2/22 and 2/24 will be our Arizona Premier, during Phoenix Beer week. We’ll be in attendance at The Film Bar via the awesome folks in the Arizona Homebrew Association, so come by and say hello.
We’re stoked to announce 3/02 as our East Coast Premier at The Music Hall in Portsmouth NH. The screening will be followed by an industry panel, and is not to be missed.
3/07- We’re headed north for our Washington Premier to the mini beervana at The Pickford Theater. They’ll be much more to announce on this one, so stay tuned.
We are seriously excited as the film continues to grow and travel, and we want to deeply thank everyone whose helped us along the way. If you’re interested in seeing a screening in your area, please check out our Screen Us! page or email us at email@example.com.
But enough about screenings. We’ve been frantically working on the home front (office front?) putting together our consumer DVDs. We’ve edited a smattering of exclusive extended and deleted scenes, and are in the process of putting together our subtitles. From there comes a vigorous testing round, finalization of cover art, and then off to the printers. We anticipate a release in early spring, complete with a big huzzah release party (our super duper awesomely patient sponsors will be getting a special early DVD release!).
As always, I want to thank everyone for their continued support with this film. Independent film making is a long, slow endeavor, and we’ve been making solid progress with getting the film out there and seen by as many people as we can. We ❤ you all.
Producer, The Love of Beer